Welcome to the forum, siestomp.
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I am nosy
what is, or will be the difference of studio compared to producer?
The short answer:
G-Stomper Studio is a typical Groovebox workstation, comparable with classic drum machines, just with 100 times more features. It is mainly focused for live usage.
G-Stomper Producer is brand new, and is more focused on production (while not being less useful for live sessions). Other than G-Stomper Studio it comes with a graphical multi-track song arranger.
For direct feature comparison, please check out the product comparison chart at:https://www.planet-h.com/gstomper/docs/html/G-Stomper_UserManual_Introduction/part7.htmWhat is G-Stomper Producer?
G-Stomper Producer is a fast and flexible Music Sequencer and Digital Audio Workstation, designed for use in live performance as well as for production. It comes with a powerful Drum Sampler, a polyphonic and multi-timbral Virtual Analog Performance Synthesizer (VA-Beast), Sounds, Effects, Sequencers, Pads and Keyboards, a graphical Multi-Track Song Arranger, and many other creative features that help you to create your own music.
G-Stomper Producer is the answer to zillions of feature requests over the last 6 years that have been technically impossible to be integrated in G-Stomper Studio.
G-Stomper Producer comes 1) with a new, intuitive navigation concept, 2) with independent timing and measurements per track, and 3) with a brand new multi-track song arranger.
Here are the core differences between G-Stomper Studio (GSS) and G-Stomper Producer (GSP):G-Stomper Studio
1 Sequencer that can play one Pattern (and timing) at a time
A pattern contains up to 36 tracks, which are all bound to it and to the surrounding sequencer (that’s the old hardware groovebox way).
With this setup, it’s technically impossible to arrange a song track by track.G-Stomper Producer
1 Global Sequencer
Up to 39 Track Sequencers (each with its own patterns and timing)
So you can mix for example a kick drum at 4/4 with a triplet high hat at 5/8, each with totally independent timing (including swing).
The tempo/bpm of the particular track sequencers is always synced with the global sequencer, but the step timing, swing, and pattern measurement can be different per track.
As everything is split into tracks on sequencer base, you’ll be able to arrange your songs track by track.
This article explains every aspect of G-Stomper Producer, compared to G-Stomper Studio:https://www.planet-h.com/2019/06/11/int ... -producer/
Hope that answers your question.